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Bazaar planned in Brownsville

St. Nicholas Byzantine Church, 302 Third St., Brownsville, will have a bazaar noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

‘Days of Daisytown’ class scheduled

A class titled “Days of Daisytown” will be held at the Center in the Woods, California 10 a.m. to noon Monday. Mary Elaine Lozosky of Daisytown will instruct. The class will be offered free to the first 25 participants. For information call Mary Elaine Lozosky 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at (724) 938-3554 or e-mail [email protected] .

WCTA accepting trip reservations

Beginning Monday the Washington County Transportation Authority (WCTA) will begin taking trip reservations from 7:30 a.m. through 5 p.m. Reservations can be called Monday through Friday. Individuals scheduling trips must still call before 3 p.m. to schedule a rip for the next day and 4 p.m. on Friday to schedule service for the following Monday. Trips can also be scheduled up to 14 days in advance. WCTA provides discounted transportation to older adults, persons with disabilities and economically disadvantaged individuals, including those on medical assistance. For more information, call (724) 223-8747 or 1-800-331-5058.

Charleroi Class of ’72 seeking classmates

Charleroi Area High School Class of 1972 is seeking addresses of the following: Carolyn Arnold, Patty Jo Anderson, Giannini, Sally Bednarz, Dr. D. Kay Blanchard, Cherie Brown Stake, Donna Dwzinsky, Kimberly Fisher Esper, Race Hamilton, Kathy Helon Sadosky, Kristine Horwath, Darlene Jones Zelinsky, Stephanie Kawelkewics, Michele Keifer Barber, Joseph Kroeschel, Debbie Masters Morris, Charles Murray, Robert Petroka, Debra Roush Pilarcik, Nancy Reed Leksell, Robert Shelton, Nancy Stickle Asbury, Cathy Sutherland Almburg, James C. Tedrow, Wende Wendel, Gail Reid Willingham, Carlene Kurowsky Jones.

Anyone with information should call Elizabeth at (724) 483-0636. A 50th birthday party is being planned for July 24, 2004.

Monongahela seniors plan card party

The Monongahela Senior Center will host a card party 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Monessen Civic Rec Authority to meet

The Monessen Civic Recreation Authority will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Monessen Civic Center.

Syrian bread sale set in Monessen

The ladies society of St. Michael Orthodox Church, 1201 Patton Ave., Monessen, will hold a Syrian bread sale Tuesday and Wednesday. Pre-orders are necessary and can be placed by calling Doreen Essey at (724) 684-9239 or Martha Kickel at (724) 379-9484. Pickups will be from 1 to 3 p.m. on the bake sale days. Deadline to order is Monday.

Columbus Day dinner, dance set in Donora

Our Lady of the Valley parish, Donora, will hold its second annual Columbus Day dinner dance Oct. 5 at the Donora Borough Building. Doors will open at 4 p.m. Dinner, catered by Woody’s Little Italy, will be served beginning at 4:30 p.m. Beer and setups will be available for purchase at this BYOB event. Mirella Volpe will provide dinner music, and music for dancing will be provided by We Three. Tickets are available at the parish office, 571 Thompson Avenue. Reservations can be made by calling the office at (724) 379-4777.

Washington Township Authority to meet

The Washington Township Municipal Authority Board will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at the authority office, 1390 Fayette Ave., Belle Vernon.


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